Guess My Income #2 | Lineup | Cut

Guess My Income #2 | Lineup | Cut

– Are these real leather? – No.
– Mm, yes. Okay, that’s what I thought. – I’m glad that that stands out. (laughing) – I’m sorry, I’m sorry. Hi, I’m Carter. – My name’s Braden. – My name’s Deborah. – [Interviewer] What
do you do for a living? – Oh, I’m retired now but
I used to be the curator for the city of Seattle’s art collection. – [Interviewer] How are you with money? – Bad, very bad. I’m 19 and I don’t have a job. – [Interviewer] What’s the
most you’ve made in a year? – Probably like 40k. – Last year I made like $16,000. – [Interviewer] Why so little? – I’m married. – [Interviewer] Oh, do
they make good money? – They make good money. – Okay. – [Interviewer] Today
you’re going to guess the income of strangers. – Okay, I can’t do this. – [Interviewer] For real? (nervously laughs)
– It’s fine. – This is the most ridiculous lineup. How to guess this is
impossible, like (laughs). – [Interviewer] All right, let’s do this. – Hi.
– Hi. – Hm, nice shirt. You smell pretty good too. – I notice that as soon as you came out. You smell nice, you smell fresh. – Craig smells nice, by the way. If nobody’s mentioned that. – [Interviewer]
Everybody’s mentioned that. – Wow, okay. – Is this what you wear to work? – Yeah. – I like this, you have a
brown stripe in your shirt and it matches your brown shoes. Pretty coordinated, pretty organized. – Are you single?
– No. – Does you spouse work?
– No. – Hm, do you have children?
– Yes. – Aha. – He works in an office. You do IT shit, we’ll
say he makes like 80. – A hundred thousand? – You’re very put together,
educated and creative but not necessarily somebody
who required a degree to do what they do. I would say that this
person makes $75,000 a year. – [Interviewer] Mm-mm-mmm. (chuckles) – What’s up?
– What’s up, man? – How you doin’? – Good, how were you? – I’m good. Do you work at GameStop? I’m just kidding, I’m
kidding, I’m kidding. (laughing)
– GameStop? – Did that hurt to get
those teeth done like that? – Oh, you can take them out. – Oh, you can take them out?
– Yeah. – Are your teeth real gold?
– Yeah. – What about your chain, that’s real? – Yeah, of course. – Mm, 80,000. He’s got some expensive
things on him, you know? – $20,000. – 55,000 a year. He’s still strugglin’ but gettin’ there. Perhaps you’re an
entrepreneur on your own. – I love it, I love Tom. Tom’s my guy. – Hi, Tyler.
– Hello. – Um… what’s your name? – Lucas.
– Close. – May I see your hands? These are not workin’ man hands. These hands have not built a house, these hands have not worked
a fryer, I don’t think. – You might work at a
golf course or a gym, making $25,000. – You work in the school
library and make 42,000 a year. That’s my guess. – When was the last
time you used a coupon? – I use coupons every time
I grow grocery shopping. – Are those your eyelashes? – Do they look like my eyelashes? – No.
– No, they’re not mine. – Are they extensions? – No, just glued them straight on. – Okay, 25, no, I’m kidding. (laughing)
I’m just kidding. – 30,000 and you’re in the
service industry somewhere. – I’m gonna say curve ball, you’re probably a stay at home mom. Zero on the income. I’m not gettin’ a vibe
on a career out of this so I’m gonna guess zero. – I’m Deborah.
– Mia. – I needed you this
morning to do my makeup ’cause I’m really bad
and you look beautiful. – What’d you go to school for? – I went to beauty school. – Beauty school, okay, okay. 20,000, 15,000. – I think she makes $90,000 a year. You look like you have expensive tastes. I mean, I know the jeans are ripped but they’re very nicely ripped so. – Hi.
– Hi. – What’s your name?
– Claire. – Claire looks really pretty. Those are really nice shoes,
this is very well put together. I might guess that this might be what you wear to the office. – How much is a bus ride around here? – Hm, $2.50. Why did you ask that? – Oh, I think people who ride the bus tend to be careful with their money. And you seem put together
and careful with your money. – Okay. – I could say you work
in a law office, maybe. The shoes are what’s throwing me. They’re sexy heels. Meow.
– Yes. We would have so much fun. (nervously laughing) – Wow, I just changed all
of my guessing right there. (laughing) I’m gonna guess that you’re a bartender and you make 35,000 a year. You definitely work around people and you have a job where
you give back energy as much as you get so that’s
why I guess what I guessed. – You’re a simper. – [Interviewer] What
do you think she does? – Paints, pastels. – You kind of are giving
me a teacher vibes, so maybe like 25,000. – Fuck, 20,000, $19,000. $20,000, I don’t fucking know. I can’t judge this. This is just giving me a headache. – [Interviewer] All
right, we’ve got one more. – Hi.
– What’s up? How you doin’? – I’m good, what’s your name?
– AJ. – You have a few things that tell me that your style’s a
little bit alternative. Well, you’ve got the gold
details, you’ve got the jewels, you got the designer belts. Hm, the shoes and socks
are throwing me off though. May I look at your socks? – I would rather not. – Oh, see– – They don’t match, it
was a last minute effort. It was a last minute effort. – Its the little things you can spot. You do temp jobs and
you make 45,000 a year. – I think he makes a lot
of money, a hundred thou. – 18.
– 18? – 18,000?
(laughing) Bruh. – Maybe more.
– Maybe. – We’ll put you in a cool 30. – What do you think I do? – Sales.
– Sales? – In sales. – If I’m makin’ 30,000 in
sales, I’m definitely failing. – [Interviewer] How was that? – That was really tough. – I think I did so bad. I just did not get any of them right and I know that for a fact. – [Interviewer] I’m
gonna bring everybody out and we’ll see what happens. – Okay. – [Interviewer] They’ve come out in order from least to most. – Okay.
(laughing) – [Interviewer] Now you get to meet them. – Now I get to meet them. – Hey.
– Hi. – So I guessed that you
were maybe a bartender that made 35,000 a year? – Yeah. – And you’re gonna tell me that’s totally wrong.
– Not the case. You got my character right
but I’m actually a porn star and professional dominatrix. – Oh, I was gonna guess exotic dancer but I didn’t want to feel
like I was pigeon-holing you. – I’m a porn star and a
professional dominatrix. – I love you. (laughing) – That’s great. – That’s awesome, do you like it? – I love it. Why do you love it so much? – Because everyone’s
trying to shit on people in the sex industry and
I’m not for it at all. I will not stand for that. It is a job, people need
it, people will pay for it. What the fuck, you know? I’m so happy for you. – Is there a specific type of person that likes to be dominated by you? – Mostly white men, for sure. That’s how it fell into
my lap is white guilt so it’s a whole dynamic for sure. – Give it to me.
– Yes, yes. – I was close, you said? – You were really close. You said 55k and it’s around like 50k. – Okay, are you an entrepreneur? – I’m a mental health clinician. – Whoa, very cool. Wow, that is not at– – Yeah, a little curve ball for you. – No, that’s cool. – I’m a mental health clinician. – No shit?
– Yeah. – Not your typical– – I would never have picked that. I like the fact that you don’t look like a mental health technician. – Yeah, I still get it everyday and I’ve been one almost three years now. – All right, AJ.
– What’s up, pimp? – How’s it goin’?
– Chillin’, chillin’. I’m a ride-share driver. – A ride-share driver, okay, that’s good. – So I make around 60 a year. – Wow, that’s better than I would expect from a ride-share driver. – I just drive a lot. I drive all day everyday.
– Grind it. Got to treat yourself
with the designer goods once in a while. – Oh, I just wore this
just because I just tried to throw everybody off. (laughing) I wouldn’t drive like this. Somebody would try to
jack me then I have to Stephen Siegel them or somethin’. Show off some other skills. – Can I request you next
time I take an Uber? – You gon tip me? – Of course, I always tip. – All right, ’cause sometimes, some people, they don’t believe in tippin’ and I don’t, you know– – I’m a good tipper, by the way. – Do you take back your answer? – What did I arrive at? – 30k, you said maybe 25
since I glue my eyelashes on. (laughing)
– Oh my god. – Oh, he’s a monster. Oh my god. What do you do, tell me about yourself. – I’m in property management,
sell apartments to people. So I make 80k a year.
– Damn. – Real estate baroness, yes! How did you get involved with that? – Last year I was a barista and I just randomly came up on this job. Took my income from 35k to 80k. – Wow, well congratulations.
– Thank you. – I think I gave you kindergarten teacher. What did I say, like, 25,000. Was I right?
– No. – Damn.
– Very off. I am a travel blogger
and a part-time barista making around 15,000 a year. – So you make income on
your travel blog itself? – I make no income on my travel blog– – I know that feeling. – The majority of my income from being the part-time barista. – Do you travel on a budget usually? – Oh, definitely. Like hostels, sleep in my car
in a Walmart parking lot– – So it’s the experience for you? – Yeah, exactly. The barista job is just
to give me healthcare and 401k and– – Okay, this is a good barista job. – I know. – All right, tell me about yourself. Tyler, no. Lucas, Lucas. – That was the name that he made up for me when I walked out here. (laughing)
– You racist. – I’m a jazz musician and I work at the University of Washington as a graduate assistant
teaching jazz history. – How much money do you make? – About 35.
– Okay, all right, damn. Do you make a lot from playing music? – No, it’s maybe like two grand, at that. – Yeah, damn, I wish it was more. – So how far off was I on your profession? – Pretty far. – I think I guessed 75,000 a year doing PR or something like that.
– 100k. – Oh yeah, yeah. No, I was trying to get
her into triple digits. That’s good. – So what do you do? – I’m actually a bud
tender/dancer and model. – I think you all look
like bartenders by the way. – No, bud tender.
– Oh, a bud tender? – I sell weed.
– Oh, got you. – So do you smoke weed? – Um, yeah. – Well, I can always take
care of if you need some. – Oh, okay, we’ll talk. – Okay, last but not least. – [Interviewer] The real baller. – The real baller. – You said I did some IT
shit and I make 80k a year, which is pretty accurate. I make actually 120k a year. – Hey, I was actually close. I think that’s the only thing
that I was close to guessing. – So I am a software delivery manager. – Software delivery manager, so you’re making sure the
product gets done and delivered? – Exactly. – Okay, definitely with the smelling nice and the good accessories, that was– – This is pretty much a basic
white guy in IT starter pack. – Do you like your job? – Not everyday. But it pays very well and
I actually work with a lot of really cool people. – Thank you and sorry I was so wrong. – It’s all good. – [Interviewer] Thank you. – Even though I guessed
every single thing wrong I had so much fun creating
fake lives for these people. – [Interviewer] What was
the biggest surprise? – The porn star. I mean, who knew? – Thanks everybody! – [Interviewer] That is a wrap. – Aw, congrats guys.

71 thoughts on “Guess My Income #2 | Lineup | Cut

  1. Carter has no idea about how much money people typically make. You can tell she's never worked a day in her life and needs a dose of reality. Same with the guy in the yellow, the has no idea.

  2. The older lady asks all the right questions. She's wise. Do you use coupons, do you ride the bus, etc etc.

  3. "is there a specific type of person that likes to get dominated by you..?" @7:13 and onward – dudes face when he hears "mostly white men" had me dying

  4. I want to know where Carter got that shirt 😍 I love me some tie dye but it's hard for me to find it in my size 😅

  5. no one checked the knife in the ride share drivers pocket. always can be a dead giveaway on for financial status

  6. does everybody in america smoke weed? like i live in England and there are a lot of people here who smoke, but it literally looks like everybody smokes weed across the pond

  7. yikes! and we see evil as good and good as evil and everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Lord have mercy on US.

  8. don't know what went thru pigtails mind where not only did she purchase jeans 3 sizes too small, but then thought the resultant overflowing flab was worth highlighting with a crop top, yikes

  9. Hi i just found out my sister has a boyfriend and it’s really weird and shooking and idk how to react coz she doesnt know that i knOw. Shes like 14 and hes like 16 and its like what and im like what idekkkkkkkxkdksud sorry, thanks bye

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *